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Humantay Lake Tour is new natural wonder in Cusco. Located in the village of Mollepata, and under the glacier mountain that gives it its name, Humantay Lake of Cuzco is wonderful, magical and beautiful for all those travelers who come to explore the lagoon and for a long time, the laguna Humantay was part of the alternative hike to Machu Picchu, Salkantay trek 5 days. In spite of that some time ago, Happy Gringo started to make the route to visit the lago in just one day, and no longer have to do the trekking of multiple days to explore this impressive area. Definitely Humantay lake day trip from Cusco is for you!
Happy Gringo operates Humantay Lake Peru Day Trip the whole year. Therefore, Humantay lagoon day trip has to be reserved months in advcance; so that you will experience the impressive humantay lake in Cusco with locally owned operator of your trekking of Laguna humantay.
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According our time in Cuzco – The best time for doing this wonderful trek will obviously be during the dry season, which is, from April to October. Trekking on rainy season November to March along the Andes is more brave, defiance but more colorful – why? Because during the rainy season the Peruvian Andes is blooming.
During the dry season, the weather is cold, strong winds but there is no rain whatever, the path is not muddy or wet either. Get yourself really warm clothing, good hiking equipments and you will be satisfied of being in Humantay trek.
Depart Cusco and get back to nature on a vigorous 7-kilometer hike in the Andes. Experience the majestic beauty of the Humantay lake as you trek in the foothills of Mount Humantay.
Keep a look out for native wildlife, such as the mighty condor – the largest bird in the world – pumas and different types of camelids. Learn more about the extraordinary geology and the flora and fauna of Peru from your knowledgeable guide.
Soak up the stunning views before you return to Cusco for a refreshing cold chicha drink (a fermented or non-fermented beverage usually derived from maize in Mollepata).